Other Basic assembly programming


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if you want to hack INTEL features on new intel equipment, noting your asm would "die with the next release" (likely not work on newer platforms)

intel has a free compiler that supports optimization on intel platforms (perhaps some modules of it are non-free or un-obtainable)

i think it comes with it's own asm and documentation


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My aim was just to discover and understand the more I can (I did the same under Windows 32 and 64 bits and even in DOS real mode). When I have a software to write, I usually use C++ (simply because this is what I know the better).

It's always a good idea to look under the hood. No matter what one will do after.